Thursday, March 20, 2014

Happy Spring!

It is official--we made it through winter! Now, if this snow and the colds my kids are battling would just go away, I'd believe the calendar.

Spring means different things to different people. Location matters in that, but also temperament. Some love the change, embrace and celebrate it. Others...well, change is hard. I'm usually the later, but after the long winter, bring on the change!

How to celebrate spring? Well, we have temps of the high thirties and rain forecasted for today, so I'm not planning anything outside, that's for sure, but when the snow is gone and the air and ground temperature straighten out, I have a patio to put in (I'm sure my husband will help) and a garden to plant. In a truly crazy fashion, I spent most of last night dreaming I was mowing the lawn.

Spring? Is that you?

Until the spring and summer sunshine can warm you up, be sure to talk a turn around Beachwalk. The new releases are sure to light your fire!

David's Angel by Stephanie Beck

When kink and reality collide, compromise and love keep everyone satisfied.

After living a BDSM lifestyle for ten years, Polly is devastated when her husband and Dom dies. Although she is capable of supporting her daughters and maintaining her home, she aches for the companionship of a partner and the dominance of a sexual master.

A decade has passed since David lost Polly to his best friend. Even after all those years, the angel who got away still holds his heart. The death of Polly's husband brings them back together, but leftover feelings throw their hearts back to where they first began—young and in love. David knows how to be a Dom, but being a husband and father is another story. On top of the new family structure, major tension is brewing within a group of BDSM couples in their area. David's dreams are coming true, but being a Dom has never been as challenging—not when failure means losing his angel.

*Note: This book has been previously published.*

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If it is warm where you are, enjoy the first day of spring! Think happy, warm thoughts for the same to mosey on to Minnesota.

All the best,
Stephanie Beck

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